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WITHDRAWN: Interdental brushing for the prevention and control of periodontal diseases and dental caries in adults.

Effective oral hygiene is a crucial factor in maintaining good oral health, which is associated with overall health and health-related quality of life. Dental floss has been used for many years in conjunction with toothbrushing for removing dental plaque in between teeth, however, interdental brushes have been developed which many people find easier to use than floss, providing there is sufficient space between the teeth.

An Argument Against Extraction as a Treatment Alternative for Restorable Teeth.

Extraction is commonly presented as a treatment alternative for restorable teeth, and patients are biased to choose it for a variety of reasons. However, without subsequent rehabilitation, patients' health, function, and esthetics could be compromised. This article explores problematic outcomes where extraction was offered as a treatment option when teeth were restorable; a case report example demonstrates this issue. The case involved a patient who was diagnosed with moderate to severe periodontitis and ha...

Enamel neonatal line thickness in deciduous teeth of Australian children from known maternal health and pregnancy conditions.

Physiological disruptions to early human development have implications for health and disease in later life. Limited research has explored how prenatal factors influence dental development in children of mothers with known pregnancy conditions. Enamel in human deciduous teeth begins forming in utero and is highly susceptible to physiological upsets experienced perinatally. The moment of birth itself is marked in deciduous enamel by the Neonatal Line (NNL) as a baby transitions from the uterine to external e...

Optimization of surgical-orthodontic treatment tactics in patients with impacted teeth.

Introduction: Impacted teeth is complex anomaly of teeth eruption that requires a balanced approach not only in the differential diagnosis of its forms, but choice of rational methods of treatment. The aim: Optimization of the tactics of orthodontic-surgical treatment of patients with impacted teeth based on the development and implementation of computed tomographic indices (KT) and photometric indices (FM) of opening of surgical access (OSA) to crowns of impacted teeth.

Improving Oral Health-Related Quality of Life by Converting Fractured Abutment Teeth in Double Crown-Retained Removable Prostheses into Root-Anchored Ball Attachments.

To investigate changes in oral health prior to and after conversion of fractured abutment teeth in double crown-retained removable dental protheses (DC-RDPs) into root-anchored ball attachments.

Peculiarities of teeth size in adolescents who are diagnosed to have angle's class i malocclusion and display different somatotypes.

Introduction: The issues on identifying criteria for teeth aesthetic and teeth size evaluation regarding body constitutional characteristics are still remaining undeveloped. The aim of this study was to specify the peculiarities of teeth size in adolescents who were diagnosed with Angle's Class I malocclusion and display different somatotypes.

Impact of Dental Diseases on Quality-Adjusted Life Expectancy in US Adults.

Comparing the burden of dental conditions to other health outcomes provides useful insight for public policy. We aimed to estimate quality-adjusted life expectancy (QALE) loss due to dental conditions in the US adult population. Social inequalities in QALE loss by dental conditions were also examined. Data from 3 cross-sectional waves of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES waves 2001 to 2002, 2003 to 2004, and 2011 to 2012) were pooled and analyzed. The average age of study particip...

Ectopic intranasal canine tooth in a child: A rare case report and literature review.

Intranasal teeth are a rare form of ectopic teeth. Their clinical manifestation are truly variable. In children, intranasal teeth are typically associated with cleft lip and alveolus.

Direct composite resin restorations for teeth with dental erosion: a case report.

Acid erosion should be treated according to its multifactorial etiology. This case report describes a patient with tooth wear caused by daily intake of acidic carbonated beverages. After meticulous clinical and radiographic analysis, the clinician restored the teeth temporarily with chemically cured glass ionomer cement. Afterward, the patient underwent basic periodontal therapy with scaling and coronal polishing. The patient received guidance regarding daily oral hygiene and eating habits to control the in...

Spatial access to health care and elderly ambulatory care sensitive hospitalizations.

Ambulatory care sensitive condition (ACSC) admission rates have been widely used as indicators of access to and quality of primary care as well as the efficiency of health systems. This study examines associations of spatial access to health care with both inpatient hospital admissions and emergency department (ED) visits for ACSCs for older adults. This study also compares inpatient hospitalization admissions and ED visits for elderly ACSCs by spatial access to health care.

WITHDRAWN: Interventions for replacing missing teeth: partially absent dentition.

Management of individuals presenting with partial loss of teeth is a common task for dentists. Outcomes important to the management of missing teeth in the partially absent dentition should be systematically summarized. This review recognizes both the challenges associated with such a summarization and the critical nature of the information for patients.

Rotational Path of Insertion in Fixed Prosthodontics when Abutment Axes Do Not Match: A Case History Report.

Fixed dental prostheses are the standard treatment option for replacing missing teeth when adjacent teeth require crowns or are already restored with crowns. Divergent abutment teeth axes may require invasive teeth preparation to achieve a common path of insertion, which substantially weakens residual tooth structure and increases the risk of pulpal problems. In selected cases with divergent abutment teeth in the buccal-lingual direction, the use of a rotational path of insertion might overcome these proble...

The extraction of first, second or third permanent molar teeth and its effect on the dentofacial complex.

The extraction of permanent molar teeth was first introduced in 1976 as a substitution for premolar extraction in cases with mild crowding. Since then, a number of studies have investigated the effect of permanent molar extraction on dentofacial harmony. Undertaking the procedure of molar extraction is most commonly recommended in response to factors such as: gross caries, large restorations and root-filled teeth, along with its application in the management of anterior open bite and reduction of crowding i...

Accuracy of Different Apex Locators in Teeth with Simulated Apical Root Resorption: an In Vitro Study.

Accurate working length (WL) determination is necessary in achieving optimal healing by non-surgical root canal therapy in teeth with inflammatory apical root resorption. Electronic apex locators (EALs) are one of the mainstays in determination of WL of teeth.

Lingual anesthesia of the lower anterior teeth, which technique is better?

To extract the lower anterior teeth, the oral surgeon needs to anesthetize the pulpal tissue of the accused tooth and the surrounding tissues. The lingual nerve innervates the lingual soft tissue to the lower teeth, this nerve usually anesthetized alongside the inferior alveolar nerve by a block technique. However, the lingual tissue of the lower anterior teeth usually anesthetized by either infiltration or periodontal ligament injection (PDL) techniques. This study was intended to compare between these two...

A retrospective study of survival of 196 replanted permanent teeth in children.

The extra-alveolar period and storage medium are important for the survival of replanted teeth. The aim of this study was to evaluate factors affecting the survival of replanted teeth in children.

Pre-clinical endodontic education outcomes between artificial versus extracted natural teeth: a systematic review.

To compare the educational outcomes using artificial teeth versus extracted teeth for pre-clinical endodontic training.

A time-trend ecological study for identifying flood-sensitive infectious diseases in Guangxi, China from 2005 to 2012.

Flood-related damage can be very severe and include health effects. Among those health impacts, infectious diseases still represent a significant public health problem in China. However, there have been few studies on the identification of the spectrum of infectious diseases associated with floods in one area. This study aimed to quantitatively identify sensitive infectious diseases associated with floods in Guangxi, China.

General morphology and ultrastructure of the radula of Testudinalia testudinalis (O. F. Müller, 1776) (Patellogastropoda, Gastropoda).

The radular morphology of the patellid species Testudinalia testudinalis (O. F. Müller, 1776) from the White Sea was studied using light, electron, and confocal microscopy. The radula is of the docoglossan type with four teeth per row and consisting of six zones. We characterize teeth formation in T. testidinalis as follows: one tooth is formed by numerous and extremely narrow odontoblasts through apocrine secretion; this initially formed tooth consists of numerous vesicles; the synthetic apparatus of the ...

Recruiting and retaining dental labor in federal facilities: Harder than pulling teeth?

The U.S. Veterans Administration (VA) is a large publicly financed health system that has long struggled with provider shortages. Shortages may arise at the VA because it offers different compensation than private sector employment options or because of differences in the way that labor is supplied to public versus private employers. In the mid-2000s, the VA adopted a more generous and flexible pay schedule for its dentists. We exploit this salary schedule change to study the impact of a positive wage shock...

Orthodontic management of traumatised teeth: a national survey of UK orthodontists.

There is a lack of research into orthodontic movement and management strategies of traumatised teeth. The aim of this survey was to assess the knowledge of UK based orthodontists in the orthodontic management of traumatised teeth.

An evaluation of referrals requesting third molar tooth removal: clinical diagnosis and treatment outcome.

Introduction To determine the reasons why patients are referred requesting removal of third molar teeth.Method Prospective evaluation of referrals requesting removal of third molar teeth only. Following review of symptoms, clinical, and if appropriate, radiographic findings, a diagnosis according to pre-defined criteria was made, and verified by a senior member of staff.Results 662 individual referrals were received requesting removal of 1,117 individual third molar teeth, of which 73% were for mandibular t...

The frequency and characteristics of pain and discomfort associated with root filled teeth: A practice based study.

To (1) investigate the frequency and characteristics of pain and discomfort associated with root filled teeth in adult patients regularly attending the Public Dental Service in Örebro County, Sweden; (2) assess the association between symptoms and clinical and radiographic findings, and (3) explore the impact of pain and discomfort from root filled teeth on daily life.

Is there any difference in length measurement methods for pulpectomies in primary teeth? - A double-blind controlled clinical trial.

Working length is an important step in primary teeth pulpectomy.

New model for dental age estimation: Willems method applied on fewer than seven mandibular teeth.

Willems method measures the developmental stages of the seven left permanent mandibular teeth and is frequently used for dental age estimation. The aim of this study was to test its accuracy on a large sample of the Croatian population and to develop new models for estimation based on one to seven mandibular teeth. The developmental stages were evaluated on the digital, standardized orthopantomograms of 1868 Croatian children aged 5 to 16. Univariate regression was used for age estimation based on one tooth...

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